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Let n > 3 be arbitrary integer. In the present paper it is shown that if K is an arbitrary circle and Mi, i = 1,…,n are points on K, dividing K into n equal arcs, then for each point M on K, different from the mentioned above, at least of the distances |MMi| are irrational numbers.
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Vassilev–Missana, M. (2016). On irrationality of some distances between points on a circle. Notes on Number Theory and Discrete Mathematics, 22(2), 4-9.Chicago
Vassilev–Missana, Mladen. “On Irrationality of Some Distances between Points on a Circle.” Notes on Number Theory and Discrete Mathematics 22, no. 2 (2016): 4-9.MLA
Vassilev–Missana, Mladen. “On Irrationality of Some Distances between Points on a Circle.” Notes on Number Theory and Discrete Mathematics 22.2 (2016): 4-9. Print.